Why improving college transfer pathways makes good sense for New England
CHARI A. LEADER
FROM THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION, WINTER 2010
It’s rare for policymakers to think of higher education pathways beyond their own experiences as traditional students. Many went to college directly after high school, stayed in dorms and graduated ready for careers. But the world tod...
According to this @nebhe on serving Adult-Learners, over 60% of colleges (survey respondents) in New England will continue to provide virtual and remote student services that were put in place as a result of Covid-19. https://nebhe.org/wp-content/uploads/GASI-Series-COVID-Innovations-1.pdf